Preview January/February 2019 Horn Book Magazine

16 Dec 2018 02:54

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<p><strong><img class="alignright size-full wp-image-87695" src="" alt="January/February 2019 Horn Book Magazine" width="200" height="300" srcset=" 200w, 107w, 120w, 150w, 175w" sizes="(max-width: 200px) 100vw, 200px" /></strong></p>
<p>Original cover art by <strong>Jillian Tamaki</strong>.</p>
<p><strong>Horn Book Fanfare</strong>: Our choices for the best books of 2018.</p>
<p>Coverage of the<strong> 2018 Boston Globe–Horn Book Awards</strong>: judges’ remarks, speeches, photos.</p>
<p><strong>Uma Krishnaswami</strong> asks: “Why Stop at Windows and Mirrors?” and looks at the ways books can act as “prisms.”</p>
<p>target=&quot;_blank&quot; rel=&quot;noopener #KidLitWomen* co-founder <strong>Grace Lin</strong> asks white authors who want to be allies to “Speak <em>with</em> Us, Not <em>for </em>Us.”</p>
<p>Happy Anniversary! <strong>Roger Sutton</strong> kicks off a new column with a look back at John Donovan’s <em>I’ll Get There. It Better Be Worth the Trip.</em>, which turns fifty in 2019.</p>
<p><strong>Eugene Yelchin</strong> remembers <strong>Vladimir Radunsky’s</strong> “gleeful, rebellious, innovative” work influenced by the Soviet avant-garde.</p>
<p><strong>Dinah Stevenson’s </strong>“professional collaboration and precious friendship” with <strong>Russell Freedman</strong>.</p>
<p>“Exotic Animals, Book for Children”: a poem by <strong>Naomi Shihab Nye</strong>.</p>



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